Labour Party has worked to raise the living standards of British Bangladeshi and the Asian Communities in the UK. This is the only party which is keen to help lower middle class and the middle class. If Labour Party can come to power in the next general election, they will be working more on housing, health and education. Shadow Foreign Secretary Catherine West and Shadow Immigration Secretary Care Starmar said this in a facilitation meeting held at Riverside Hall in Turnpike Lane on 25 September. The Facilitation meeting was organised by Haringey and Camden Bangladeshi Labour Party supporter Riverside Lounge.
The facilitation meeting was conducted by Vice-chairman (Campaign) of Haringey Labour party Juned Ahmed where Director of Riverside Azad Ali gave the welcoming speech. At the meeting Directors of Riverside Syed Sajjd Habib, Gous Khan, Mamun Alam and Amin Rahman were introduced to the audience.
Other guests who were present and addressed the audience included former Leader Councillor of Camden Council Naism Ali MBE, Deputy Mayor Cllr Nadia Shah, Mayor of Haringey Council Jenni Marr, Cllr Adam Yogi, Arman Ahmed, Sanjab Miah, Babul Miah, Wahid Chowdhury Fajlul Haque and others.